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3 Ways To Tackle First-Time Gym Anxiety

No matter how fit you are, starting at a new gym can be nerve-wracking. However, there’s a few simple things you can do to get over the fears you might have of getting in shape, in public. Looking at all those fit people from the outside-...

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 440

For today’s prompt, write a generation poem. A generation poem could be about the X-generation or the baby boomers, sure, but it could also be about generating poems and/or power. Or re-generation of limbs. Or any number of other topics y...

Writing for Magazines: How to Land a Magazine Assignment

Kerrie Flanagan, author of the brand-new, comprehensive Guide to Magazine Article Writing, shares her best tips for writing for magazines. To learn more, check out her book, and don’t miss Kerrie’s session Build Your Author Platform Th...

Keeping the Writing Faith: How to STOP Writing

The following article is the third in a five-part series of articles by Jennifer Haupt. In this installment, she discusses why it’s sometimes beneficial to stop writing—that is, to step back from your work-in-progress in order to main...

Wednesday Poetry Prompts: 439

For today’s prompt, write a heart poem. Getting to the heart of this prompt should be easy enough to do. Some folks wear their hearts on their sleeves, or they heart the things and people they love, or they show a lot of heart in spirited...

Successful Queries: Gia Cribbs & The Disappearance of Sloane Sullivan

This article is part of a series called Successful Queries. It features actual query letter examples to literary agents that were successful for authors. In addition to the successful query letter, you’ll also see the thoughts from the w...

I Published A Book As A University Student. Here’s What I Learned.

At the age of 21, I published a book. How many people can say that? As it turns out, more people than ever. Self-publishing is more accessible than ever. If you can hire a freelance editor, learn how to typeset in Adobe InDesign, and sign ...

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Fiction with real serial killers?

Dave, I think this is risky on the face of it, but the problems go deeper than what you are explaining. When including Peter Tobin in your work, are you assigning him certain nefarious actions, or are you just “including” ...

5 Ways an Author Blog Could Kill Your Writing (and What to Do Instead)

Writers: There is a a good chance you don’t need an author blog. Static author websites are great, and you’d be crazy not to have one. But starting an author blog is a different (and often tragic) story. In fact, your author blog might...

A Student’s Guide To Grocery Shopping

Do you love food? I mean, do you really love food? Enough to go down the rabbit hole and watch back-to-back overhead flat lay cooking videos on Facebook? For hours on end? You know the ones I’m talking about … the ones with the beautif...

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